Seventy Years a Showman: The Fitzroy Edition
by 'Lord' George Sanger
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ISBN Number: NA
Format:
Hardback
Number of Pages:
176
Publication Date: 1966
Publisher:
MacGibbon & Kee

Revised edition of 1910 original. The story of the life of showman 'Lord' George Sanger. A tale of "strange things, scenes and adventures" from over seventy years of travelling, a period in which his travelling show grew from a "modest box on wheels" to the biggest combination of circus and menagerie Britain has ever produced.

Beautifully written. With an introduction by Colin Macinnes.

Condition: A good copy of this edition. Mainly clean and tidy in protected dust wrapper though with some darkening to the spine. Minor chips and tears with some loss to the wrapper. No significant dirt, although there is some. Bumping/edge wear to the wrapper. Not clipped. Darkening to the page edges and foxing to the edges. Inscriptions to the half title page. The entire book is protected in removable clear plastic film.
 

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